Master teacher development with York CAS regional centre TY024
This course, for existing and aspiring CAS Master Teachers, aims to develop classroom teaching of computing and the ability to lead others in their computing professional development. Developed with the University of York Computer Science Department, the lead for the Yorks, Humber and Lincs CAS Regional Centre, it draws on the outstanding CPD leadership knowledge of the National STEM Centre and National Science Learning Network.
take away several tried and tested, age-appropriate teaching activities and approaches, from other lead teachers of computing, with the resources needed to replicate them in the classroom.
develop their ability to deliver outstanding leadership of professional development in their own school and elsewhere.
become part of a strong regional network for the development of computing teaching and learning, supported by experienced University lecturers, teacher trainers and subject specialists.
be offered support to develop their own video-based professional development resources for wider dissemination via the National STEM Centre eLibrary.
The University of York, with the help of Computing at School, aims to provide individual and on-going support to teachers to help them develop high-quality resources for wider sharing. Participants wishing to do so will be offered personal assistance from the CAS Regional Centre and professional media services. The resulting resources will be shared and showcased nationally.